By Victor Kanayo
Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville has now described the club as a ‘graveyard’ for coaches and players.
This followed the team’s abysmal performance this season which has seen them losing more matches in recent times.
While expressing his feelings, Neville told talkSPORT, “I think until those problems are solved, we will still continue to see underperforming teams, underperforming players. It’s become a graveyard for coaches and players – it’s not too strong a term.
“I feel very sorry for the manager, I know a lot of people will say he’s got to do a lot better, but there are a lot of big problems at the club that managers have found over the last ten years.
“There are very few players that excel at Manchester United in these last ten years. They were all great players when they came to the club, they were all wanted by other clubs.
“They won these players off of other clubs, and then they end up coming to Manchester United, and they end up not succeeding and not performing to their levels; why is that?
“It is because it’s not culturally correct to accept players in the way that it should do and we (United) need to get that right.”
So far, Erik Ten Hag’s side have lost six games across all competitions.
They currently sit at the bottom of their group in the Champions League after losing their first two games of the competition to Bayern Munich and Galatasaray, respectively.
The Red Devils are also wallowing at the low side of the Premier League.